|Da Luca Prosecco||5.95||29.95|
|Alison Jones makes this rich-favoured Prosecco from Treviso using Glera grape.
Fresh, zingy citric favours with attractive palate weight rounded by balanced
fruit sweetness. Long and persistent with pineapple, peach and pear notes,
and a clean mouth-watering finish
|Vouvray Method Traditionelle Brut||39.95|
|Gaudron, France NV|
| Aided by his father Sylvain, Gilles Gaudron produces top quality Vouvrays with
intense pure fruit characters and striking terroir expression. Made using the
same method as Champagne, this superb sparkling Chenin Blanc is mouth-filling
and rich, with a fine mousse and a gloriously long fruity finish.
|Champagne Jean de Villaré Brut||49.95|
|Charly sur Marne, France, NV|
| This refreshing Champagne is made by Baron-Fuente in the Vallée de la Marne,
where Pinot Meunier is king. A blend of 70% Pinot Meunier and 30% Chardonnay,
it is delicately fragrant with an attractive white peach and citrus character that
makes it a perfect pairing with seafood, oysters or delicious as an aperitif.
|Champagne Dehours Rosé Brut Cuvée Organic / Biodynamic Methods||59.95|
|‘Oeil de Perdrix’ France 2009|
| Jérôme Dehours’ vineyards are located in Cerseuil, the best area for Pinot Meunier,
and he fully exploits its true potential. Made from a blend of 55% Pinot Meunier and
45% Chardonnay, this pale pink champagne is utterly enchanting with a delicate bouquet
of raspberries, strawberries and rose petals an a creamy, persistent mousse.
|Castillo de Mureva Verdejo Certified Organic||5.35||6.95||19.95|
|Verdejo, Spain, 2019|
| This fresh and crisp wine has flowery and fruity aromas. On the palate, it has a rich
Smooth body with balanced acidity and hints of fennel, herbs, citrus fruits, melon and peach.
|Finca Las Moras Seremos Torrontés, San Juan||5.95||8.25||23.5|
|Torrentés, Argentina, 2018|
| From one of the top wineries in San Juan this wine has all of the personality
you would expect from a Torrontes. Rose and peach aromas lead onto ripe and
honeyed citrus on the palate, with tropical fruit flavours. A long, elegant finish.
|Grange des Rocs, IGP Pays d’Oc||6.5||8.7||25|
|Sauvignon Viognier, France, 2018|
| Winemaker Claude Serra is very well respected in the Languedoc, and as a result
is able to select the best local grapes to make his wines. His superbly easy drinking
golden Sauvignon Viognier IGP d’Oc has a delightful peach, apricot and lemon
character, with a crisp acidity and fresh grassy finish.”
|Chardonnay, IGP d’Oc, Domaine de Bachellery||7||9.75||28|
|Chardonnay, France, 2018|
| “Talented vigneron Bernard Julien grows very high-quality grapes from his
vineyards near Béziers. Picking at night to preserve freshness, his pale straw
Chardonnay IGP d’Oc is simply delicious, with enticing characteristics of tropical
fruits and white peach, and an underlying creaminess lingering on the finish.”
|Domaine de La Provenquière, IGP Pays d’Oc||7.25||9.95||28.5|
|Viognier, France, 2018|
| Brigitte and Claude Robert work together to craft seriously delicious wines
at this historical domaine which dates back to the 15th century. Aromatic with
apricot, white peach, William pear and vanilla notes, this wine has wonderful
concentration and a pleasing minerality that pairs splendidly with food.
|‘The Francophile’ The Liberator, Stellenbosch||7.5||10.95||32|
|Chenin Blanc, South Africa, 2019|
| Richard Kelley MW’s mission is to liberate undiscovered South African vinous
treasures. Made from a parcel of old bush vine Chenin Blanc and brimming
with golden apples, peaches and apricots, this dazzling wine makes for seriously
|Delle Venezie La Farra, Veneto||8.25||11.25||33|
|Pinot Grigio, Italy, 2018|
| Innocente and Guido Nardi produce seriously top-class wines with bags of
character from their idyllic terraced vineyards located in the heart of Veneto.
Fresh and aromatic, this cracking wine has delightful pear, almond and jasmine
notes which shine through making it a superb example of Pinot Grigio.
|Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie Château de la Gravelle||–||–||34|
|Muscadet, France, 2017|
| Château de la Gravelle’s 65-year-old vines are meticulously tended by owner
Véronique Günther-Chéreau to yield a classical Muscadet bursting with juicy
lemons and a Charming fragrance of honey and apple blossom derived from
the volcanic rock soils, unusual for the region.
|Bodegas Ostatu, Castilla y León||8.65||10.95||34.5|
|Rioja Blanco, Spain, 2018|
| A blend of 85% Viura and 15% Malvasia from the highest parts of María Asun
Sáenz de Samaniego’s and her family’s oldest vineyards, aged between 30 and
80 years old. This expressive white bursts with nectarines, passion fruits and
peaches, which give way to a spicy finish with hints of ginger and lemongrass.
|Touraine Xavier Frissant, Amboise Loire||8.75||11.95||34.75|
|Sauvignon Blanc, France, 2018|
| Coming from a rocky, sloping single vineyard called ‘Les Pentes’, Xavier Frissant’s
vibrant, shimmering wine is packed full of ripe lemons and exotic fruit aromas with
an underlying smoky minerality adding complexity. With its crisp acidity, this is a
perfect wine for an aperitif or for fish dishes.
|François Thienpont Bordeaux Blanc, Bordeaux||–||–||36|
|Sauvignon Blanc, France, 2016|
| François Thienpont’s wine making heritage is impressive & he produces this wine
from 25-year-old vines on meticulously sourced clay & chalk soils. Made from 100%
Sauvignon Blanc, this fragrant Bordeaux Blanc is full of charm with beguiling notes
of white peach, mango and pink grapefruit
|‘Barbuntin’ 100% Albariño Quinta de Couselo||–||–||36.5|
|Galicia Rias Baixas, Spain 2018|
| Brothers José and Javier Gonzalez have worked hard to restore the ancient 12th
century vineyards of the Monasterio de Santa Maria de Oia. From these, winemaker
Jose Manuel Martínez Juste produces the wonderfully aromatic Albariño with a crushed
Oyster shell minerality and crisp acidity that screams out to be paired with seafood.
|Awatere River by Louis Vavasour||11.95||12.65||37|
|Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand 2018|
| Sourced from five vineyards from the Awatere and Wairu valleys, this Sauvignon
is bursting with gooseberries, lime, grapefruit zest and crushed herbs.
This blend of classic Marlborough characters produces a crisp, focused and long
finish on the palate.
|Allram ‘Strassertaler’, Kamptal||–||–||38|
|Grüner Veltliner, Austria, 2018|
| From the heart of the Kamptal, Michaela Hass-Allram and her husband Eric Hass
run one of the best wineries in the region. This charming light Gruner Veltliner
has a delicate white pepper aroma, with refreshing citrus notes on the palate
and a mineral flecked finish.
|Jordan (Dry) ‘The Real McCoy’, Stellenbosch||9.95||13.5||39.95|
|Riesling, South Africa, 2017|
| Gary and Kathy Jordan have been making world-class wines at their estate since
1993, which dates back over 300 years. With ‘The Real McCoy’, they are
producing a racy Riesling brimming with green apples, peach, lime zest and an
underlying stony minerality, which adds elegance and poise.
|Gunderloch, Trocken (Dry) Rheinhessen||–||–||44|
|Riesling (Dry), Germany, 2015|
| Founded in 1890 by the Banker Carl Gunderloch, the estate is now run by the
charming Johannes Hasselbach, who aims to capture the very essence of the grapes
and red slate soils of his Rheingau vineyards. This superb Riesling is extremely pure
with a profoundly complex, smoky, minerality.
|Vouvray ‘Les Vaux Louis’ Sec Dom. G. Gaudron||–||–||48|
|Chenin Blanc, France, 2016|
| With 50 tiny parcels of vines planted on limestone-clay soils, Gilles Gaudron
produces top quality Vouvrays with the terroir shining through. Made from
30 year old Chenin Blanc vines, ‘Les Vaux Louis’ is rich and juicy with notes of
pear and quince enhanced by an intense chalky minerality.
|Chablis, Domaine Besson||–||–||49.95|
|Chardonnay, Burgundy, France, 2017|
| Chablis Domaine Beeson is a pure expression of the Kimmeridgian clay terroir,
which gives the Chablis region its distinctive character. Crushed oyster-shells, white
flowers, a touch of smoke and ripe juicy lemons interlaced with honey and beeswax.
A great classical Chablis.
|Santenay ‘Les Terrasses de Bievaux’ J. Girardin||–||–||55|
|Chardonnay, France, 2018|
| Now with son Justin at the helm, Domaine Jacques Girardin is very much a family
affair producing multi-layered wines that express their terroir. Intensely aromatic
with a perfume of white fowers, fresh lime and apricots, this hugely enjoyable
Chardonnay comes from over 25-year-old vines, which give the wine stunning
concentration and complexity.
|Castillo de Mureva Tempranillo Certified Organic||5.35||6.95||19.95|
|Tempranillo, Spain, 2017|
| Production is in accordance with organic farming principles and practices.
Deep cherry red in colour with aromas of strawberries and fruits of the forest,
this is a smooth and well-balanced red wine.
|Finca Las Moras Seremos Malbec, San Juan||5.95||8.25||23.5|
|Malbec, Argentina, 2019|
| A pure expression of Malbec that fits with the meaning of Seremos “We will be”
A soft to medium bodied wine with ripe red fruit flavours that ends with an
elegant touch of smoke and vanilla.
|Grange des Rocs, IGP d’Oc||6.5||8.7||25|
|Syrah Grenache, France, 2018|
| Another great wine from the brilliant Claude Serra. This charming ruby red Syrah
Grenache is packed with red cherries, plums and redcurrants. Lively and fruity, it
has a delicious spiciness that makes it incredibly moreish and just the wine to curl
up with at the end of a long week.
|‘Lote 138’ Quinta dos Avidagos, Baixo Corgo||–||–||27.25|
|Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Douro Portugal, 2016|
| Managed by the enigmatic Pedro Tamagnini, Quinta dos Avidagos dates back as
far as 300 years. A blend of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and
Tinta Barroca with an average age of 35 years, Lot 138 is overflowing with damsons, plums
and cherries, balanced by a vibrant acidity, that together Screams drink me now!
|Domaine de Bachellery, IGP d’Oc||7.25||9.75||28.25|
|Pinot Noir, France, 2018|
| Located just outside Beziers to the east, Domaine de Bachellery is owned and
run by the Julien family. Bernard Julien, leads from the front, driving the
ambitions and quality of their wines. This Pinot Noir is ruby red, soft & fruity
with delicious aromas of morello cherries and strawberries.
|‘Francophile’ The Liberator, Stellenbosch||7.5||9.95||29.75|
|Syrah, South Africa, 2019|
| As ‘The Liberator’, Richard Kelley MW procures precious vinous orphans from
South Africa and consigns them to a better home. Similar to a young Crozes-
Hermitage, this extremely drinkable wine is packed with fresh red and black
berries, and is a stunner for the price!
|Baptiste Boutes Château de La Négly, IGP d’Oc||7.75||9.85||31|
|Merlot, France, 2017|
| With idyllic vineyards just a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean, Jean Paux
Rosset and his team work tirelessly to ensure their wines are amongst the best
of Languedoc-Roussillon. Soft, ripe plum and blackberry fruit, fine-grained
tannins and a lingering finish make their Merlot an absolute pleasure to drink!
|Rapel Reserva Casas del Bosque, Casablanca||8.25||9.85||33|
|Carmenère, Chile, 2017|
| Casas del Bosque was one of the first wineries to be established in the Casablanca
Valley in 1993. Grant Phels, Bridget Percy, Pilar González and Ken Bernard combine
their considerable talents to produce a sumptuous wine with black cherries,
blueberries, black pepper and rosemary bursting forth. This is Chilean wine at its
|Artspace Saronsberg, Tulbagh||8.35||11.45||33.5|
|Shiraz Mourvèdre, South Africa, 2015/17|
| Nestled at the foot of the mountain after which it is named, Saronsberg is managed
by winemaker Dewaldt Heyns and it is clear to see his love of Rhône winemaking
styles in this Shiraz Mourvèdre blend. Ripe red cherries, plums, cracked black pepper
and a touch of earth arouse the senses, making this a real crowd pleaser!
|Ostatu, Joven Bodegas, Castilla y León||8.45||10.85||33.75|
|Tempranillo, Rioja, Spain, 2018|
| Bodegas Ostatu enjoys a prime position in Samaniego in the heart of the famous
Alavesa Basque region. Here María Asun Sáenz de Samaniego and her family
produce a vibrant Rioja from a blend dominated by Tempranillo, which is packed
with ripe red cherry and strawberry notes, and perfect for drinking now.
|Bordeaux Rouge François Thienpont||–||–||35.5|
|Merlot and Cabernet Franc Bordeaux France 2016|
| François Thienpont’s wine making heritage is impressive, including Châteaux
Vieux Château Certan and Le Pin in Pomerol. Drawing on his expertise, he
produces a distinctive blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc possessing intense
blackberry, sage and earth characteristics melding into a long smoky finish.
|Côtes du Rhône La Gerbaude, Denis Alary||–||–||36|
|Grenache Syrah, France, 2017|
| Denis Alary’s wines are trademark Southern Rhône: full of sun and a joy to drink!
A blend of Grenache, Carignan and Syrah from old vine Garrigues terraces, this
rich and fruity red has an appealing red berry, lavender, liquorice and cracked
black pepper character complemented by a great tannic structure and length.
|Reserva Tapiz, Mendoza||–||–||38.5|
|Malbec, Argentina, 2018|
| Flanked by the imposing Andes mountain range, Bodega Tapiz’s high altitude
vineyards have unique bio-climatic characteristics, producing wines which are
distinctive expressions of the terroir. Here the Ortiz family produce an indulgent
Malbec with intense notes of bitter chocolate, prunes, tobacco and plums.
|Fleurie Domaine de la Madone, Beaujolais||–||–||39|
|Gamay, France, 2015|
| Arnaud Despres continues to improve on the stellar work started by Jean Marc,
his father, at this marvellous estate mostly located on La Madone, a granitic hill
overlooking Fleurie. With a great thwack of bramble jelly, wild cherries, violets
and liquorice, this is what Beaujolais should be all about.
|‘Poggio Apricale’ Martoccia Di Brunelli, Tuscany||–||–||39.5|
|Sangiovese, Merlot & Colorino, Italy, 2016|
| Luca Brunelli produces this ruby red wine from his vineyards located on the southwest
side of Montalcino ageing for up to 3 months in Slavonian oak barrels and French
oak barriques & then 3 months in bottle. It is fresh & youthful with hints of cherry,
raspberry and dark fruits, medium bodied with fine acidity. “A classy Tuscan, that will
only get better with time”.
|Bourgogne ‘Vieilles Vignes’ Dom. Jacq. Girardin||–||–||44|
|Pinot Noir, France, 2016/17|
| Justin Girardin and his father Jacques have hand-crafted this delightfully
aromatic Pinot Noir from 50-year-old vines, which punches well above its weight.
Brimming with fragrant strawberries, plums and red cherries, it has a classic
Burgundian earthiness with an underlying complex smokiness.
|Crozes Hermitage ‘Equinoxe’ Equis, Maxime Graillot||–||–||47|
|Syrah, France, 2017|
| Maxime Graillot, son of the famous Rhône vigneron Alain Graillot, is coming into
his own with this tiny estate in Crozes. A tense, focused, pitched Syrah fruit bomb
made for early drinking bursting with character, rich and complex with luscious
berry, liquorice, graphite and earth notes.
|Ribera del Duero ‘Antidoto’ Bertrand Sourdais||–||–||49.95|
| Native to the Loire, Bertrand Sourdais’ passion for the Ribera del Duero led him
to create Antidoto from Tinta Fina vines which are at least 60 years old
(many dates back to pre-phylloxera!). Matured in barrels used to make Haut Brion,
this extraordinarily opulent wine is filled with juicy, plush blackberries, plums,
sweet spice and earth.
|Rosso di Montalcino Tenuta Brunelli, Martoccia||–||–||52|
|Sangiovese, Tuscany Italy, 2016|
| Father and son team, Mauro and Luca Brunelli have dedicated themselves to
producing authentic, fragrant wines from their beautiful vineyards south west of
Montalcino. Intensely aromatic with velvety tannins and bursting with black cherries,
wild strawberries, liquorice and sweet spice, this pure Sangiovese is a cracker
of a wine
|Panuelo Rosado, Spain HOUSE ROSE||5.35||6.95||19.95|
|Tempranillo, Rosé, Spain, 2017|
| A soft and fruity rosé made from Tempranillo with a little Garnacha, shows
subtle red fruit flavours such as strawberry alongside ripe lemon.
|Domaine de Bachellery, IGP d’Oc||7.05||9.55||28|
|Pinot Noir, Rosé, France, 2018|
| Talented vigneron Bernard Julien grows very high-quality grapes from
his vineyards near Béziers. Picking at night to preserve freshness, his pretty
blush pink Pinot Noir Rosé is extremely pleasurable to drink, with
fresh raspberry, strawberry and delicate rose notes.
|Côtes de Provence Rosé ‘Corail’ Certified Biodynamic||11.2||15.5||39.95|
|Syrah 35%, Grenache27%, Carignan24%, Cinsault8%, Clairette6%|
| Château de Roquefort, Provence Rosé, France, 2017
The flamboyant Raimond de Villeneuve has propelled his estate to the very
top of Provence. Benefiting from Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault vines averaging
more than 35 years, the pale salmon pink ‘Corail’ is a classic Provençal Rosé
bursting with red cherries, wild strawberries and wild thyme.
|Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng France 2017, 750ML|
| Jean Marc Grussaute’s stunningly beautiful, steep sloped vineyards form an
amphitheatre that is perfect for the production of his highly prized Jurançons.
Made from a blend of Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng, ‘Costat Darrer’ has a
captivating baked treacle tart and roasted apricot sweetness, which concludes
with teasingly long truffled honey-laden finish.
|Banyuls ‘Cirera’ Domaine Madeloc,||9.5||51|
|Organic / Biodynamic Methods|
|Grenache, Roussillon 2012, 500 ML|
| Owned by renowned Rhône winemaker, Pierre Gaillard and run by his daughter
Elise, Madeloc is a real paradise with some of the vineyards ending directly at the
Mediterranean. Made from Grenache, this velvety smooth, sweet wine is a
sumptuous explosion of berries, liquorice, dried fruit and nutmeg.
|Rutherglen Muscat CampbellsOrganic / Biodynamic Methods||11||39|
|Victoria Australia, 375 ML
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